1991 Jeep Wrangler - Page 7 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

please explain what you mean by leak detection ?? for what ---

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Sep 10, 2010 | 86 views

Using a test light check the current going to the horn, and try to ground it out to see if it works that way. If it does, then the horn is ok, but the switch in the steering wheel may not be grounding out.

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Aug 02, 2010 | 120 views

Hi. look carefully under the hood as there is usually a sticker showing this. Also, look in the owner manual. If all else fails go to any NAPA store and ask them for a copy of the diagram from their database. J.

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Jul 31, 2010 | 261 views

start by lookig at the grounds to all light sockets

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Jul 27, 2010 | 131 views

It should be under the hood towards the leftside of the motor.Thanks you for asking and I hope it helps.Please leave me a 4 thumbs up.

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Jul 20, 2010 | 333 views

thundergod is right - there is a wire retainer clip that helps to secure the plastic crank to the metal post.

To remove it, I used a fat screwdriver to wedge between the bottom of the crank and the door panel. This gave me enough clearance to see and remove the wire retainer clip. Using needle-nose pliers, I managed to snag the clip. A quick pull and the clip was out and the crank handle popped right off.

After that, there are three torx screws that hold the interior panel in place - two at the bottom and one toward the left center of the panel.

But this is the easy part - removing the exterior handle is a bear...you'd be better off paying someone with the appropriate tools and knowledge to do that for you.

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Jul 14, 2010 | 573 views

Remove the bolts holding the slave cylinder to the transmission. Disconnect the hydraulic hose. Reconnect hydraulic hose to new slave cylinder, and install the slave cylinder in it's original position.

Now proceed to bleed the line through the slave cylinder until a solid stream of fluid comes through, and the pedal pressure becomes firm.

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1991 Jeep... | Answered on Jul 10, 2010 | 552 views

The problem was with the crank position sensor, and I had the feeling that is what was going to be at fault.

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Jun 25, 2010 | 780 views

hypoid gear oil EP90

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Jun 15, 2010 | 223 views

There should be a small master cylinder for the clutch right next to the brake master cylinder, mounted more towards the fender. Remove the top cover and look inside. Regular brake fluid is used in the clutch system. If it's low, likely you have a leak so check where the rod goes through the firewall under the dash, the line itself and the slave cylinder (some are outside the bellhousing, others are inside and fluid will leak from the bottom of it.

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Jun 15, 2010 | 614 views

replace with new

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Jun 03, 2010 | 87 views

Disconnect the battery, unbolt the alternator, remove the wires and write down or draw yourself a picture so you can put them back where you got them. Some need to be twisted and turned a bit to get them out. Replacing is the reverse of removal. It sometimes helps to partially un-bolt the brackets from the engine so you have a bit of room to get it back in.
My rule: If it's in your way, remove it (that can often save hours of extra work)

1991 Jeep... | Answered on May 23, 2010 | 43 views

on level ground, remove the screw in plug on the drivers side of the unit (about half way up from bottom) Level should be right at the bottom of the opening.

1991 Jeep... | Answered on May 15, 2010 | 125 views

check your coil, plugs, wires, basically your entire ignition system - test a plug wire by sticking a new (known to spark) sparkplug onto the end of the (known to work) wire and see if there is spark, if not, change out your coil and test again - if neither, check the timing of your distributor

1991 Jeep... | Answered on May 03, 2010 | 603 views

Did you check your battery cables? If they are loose or corroded you may not be getting a good connection, and of course it takes less power to start a car on a warm day than a cold one.

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Apr 30, 2010 | 182 views

yo it could just be out of fluid!

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Apr 22, 2010 | 648 views

hello, you might have to replace ign switch, some jeeps have a safety netrual switch, i believe some even has switches on the clutch pedal, i am not a hundred percent sure, just throwing some suggestions out to you, also check battery, i believe these jeeps has manual fuel pump, wont work untill you turn motor over, have coil checked, this is where your fire starts from, besides the battery, check all fuses under dash, and under the hood,

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Apr 08, 2010 | 113 views

if I remember correctly, the speed sensor plugs into the trans and there were some concerns with the gear in the trans

simple test, with the engine running, have someone watch your speedometer while you hold the sensor in your hand, plugged in and spin the gear. If the speedometer works then suspect the trans gear

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Apr 06, 2010 | 337 views

I'm assuming you mean the box under your dash

if this isn't what you want let me know

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Sep 15, 2010 | 6,935 views

if the clutch is draging it will be hard to get your gears and they will chrunch going into gear but its most likly to be a gear box problem could be just low on oil or worse it may be the bulk rings and bearings worn out after all its now nearly 20 years old!

1991 Jeep... | Answered on Apr 03, 2010 | 213 views

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